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September 15 2012
BThis, in case you've ever lain awake at night pondering it, is what happens if you have the desire to mix drugs with paint.
Washington DC-based artist Bryan Lewis Saunders did just that to create his aptly entitled portfolio of work, DRUGS.
From cocaine and marijuana, to Xanax and Absinth, these narcotics-inspired self-portraits capture the many faces of Mr Saunders as he experiments with a cocktail of illegal substances.
Reminiscent of the 1987 PSA 'Brain on Drugs' the artwork is an alarming home truth of what narcotics can do to the mind.
'After experiencing drastic changes in my environment, I looked for other experiences that might profoundly affect my perception of the self,' he wrote in a commentary accompanying the collection.
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